By focusing on similarities instead of differences, organizations can reap the benefits of a multigenerational workforce, including increased innovation and collaboration across the enterprise.
Our current workforce includes five generations of workers, and there are now more millennials in the United States workforce than there are baby boomers. Millennials have different expectations of leaders than previous generations.
Training has never been more critical to your company. In droves, your most seasoned employees are nearing retirement, requiring a transfer of knowledge to next-generation workers on a grand scale. Many companies are prioritizing next-gen training.
In the modern world, we live longer and have the highest birth rate ever. We have a multilayered society, and the most exciting part is that we haven’t taken full advantage of this generational blend in business — yet. Real leadership can help.